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A quick trip to visit her hospitalized mother is lasting longer than Anna expected. About twelve weeks longer. It’s not that she isn’t used to taking care of her mom—Anna took over that job when her father died. But it’s a little stressful vying for partnership in her New York law firm from the nowhere town of Liberty, Alabama. Fortunately the neighbor, a hot Southern charmer, is willing to keep her occupied.
Since Trey breached her defenses, he and Anna have been getting to know each other, in every way possible, all the while doing their level best to be discreet in this tiny, old-fashioned town. The woman he’s coming to know is a far cry from the uptight lawyer he first met. And he likes the new Anna. A lot.
As her feelings for Trey deepen, Anna is torn between duty and desire. What she wants versus what she thinks she needs. Returning to New York, reverting to the formidable attorney her father molded, is the responsible thing to do.
Too bad that’s not the woman Trey fell in love with…
Other books in the series:
Northern Exposure (Book 2)